Already 238 children died in Ukraine as a result of Russia's armed aggression


238 children have already died in Ukraine as a result of Russia's armed aggression

The number of child victims has increased/Unsplash

As a result of Russian aggression, 238 Ukrainian children have already died. More than 433 minors were injured

In total, from February 24 to the morning of May 25, at least 671 children were injured in the war. This was reported in the Office of the Prosecutor General.

As of the morning of May 25, 2022, more than 671 children suffered in Ukraine as a result of the full-scale armed aggression of the Russian Federation. According to official information from juvenile prosecutors, 238 children were killed and more than 433 were injured, the report says.

These figures are not final, because it is very difficult to find out the exact number of victims in the areas of active hostilities in the temporarily occupied and liberated territories.

In the course of fixing criminal offenses on the part of Russia, it became known about the death of an 11-year-old girl. She died as a result of shelling on February 25 in the Chuguevsky district of the Kharkov region.

It also became known that three teenagers, aged 14, 15 and 17, were killed as a result of shelling by the occupiers of Mariupol, Donetsk region.

Children suffered the most in the following regions:

  • Donetsk – 149;
  • Kievskaya – 116;
  • Kharkivskaya – 104;
  • Chernigovskaya – 68;
  • Luganskaya – 50;
  • Kherson – 49;
  • Mykolaiv – 45;
  • Zaporozhye – 28;
  • Sumy – 17;
  • in Kyiv – 16;
  • Zhytomyr – 15.

Due to the bombing and shelling of Ukrainian cities and villages by Russian invaders, 1848 educational institutions were damaged. Among them, 173 establishments were completely destroyed.

Pay attention! You can provide information about a war crime against a child through the only evidentiary hub at the link and by phone: +38 (096) 100 44 38; +38 (068) 323 58 56.

Russians use Ukrainian children

  • Russians have developed a game application that helps them get information about the Ukrainian area. In the game, participants must look for “boxes” with virtual prizes that can be exchanged for electronic money.
  • While passing the route, children must photograph the area and objects of military and critical infrastructure. An IT company controlled by Russian special services has access to this application. It is registered in one of the European countries and is engaged in the distribution of interactive platforms.
  • Two teenagers have already been detained in the Kirovograd region, who were photographing roadblocks, elevators and roads.

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